|The effects of ruthenium additions on tensile deformation mechanisms of single crystal superalloys at different temperatures|
|X. G. Wang; J. L. Liu; T. Jin; X. F. Sun
|Source Publication||Materials & Design
|Abstract||The tensile behavior of two experimental nickel-base single crystal superalloys has been studied from room temperature to 1100 degrees C. Emphasis is placed on elucidating the effects of ruthenium (Ru) additions on the deformation mechanisms using transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Furthermore, the partitioning behavior of the alloy elements between the gamma and gamma' phases for both experimental alloys has been studied using three-dimensional atom probe (3DAP). Detailed analysis demonstrates that at low and medium temperature ranges, the stacking faults present in the gamma matrix of the 3Ru alloy but no trace of stacking fault in the gamma matrix of the 0Ru alloy have been observed; during high temperature range, as a result of Ru additions, the gamma/gamma' interfacial dislocation space of the 3Ru alloy is smaller than that of the 0Ru alloy due to further decreasing the lattice misfit. Apart from that, Ru additions result in more Re partitioning to the gamma' phase, and thus the solution strengthening for the gamma phase is decreasing. Thus, during tests below and at the temperature corresponding to the peak strength, the yield strength of the 3Ru alloy is lower than that of the 0Ru alloy. At last, in the light of the TEM observations, the changing trends of the stacking fault energy in the gamma matrix and the transformation points (the temperature related to the stacking faults formation) for the two experimental alloys have been drawn. The temperature range of the stacking faults formation in the gamma matrix is expanded after Ru additions. The energy conditions of the stacking faults formation of the 0Ru and 3Ru alloys have been analyzed in detail. The changing of lattice misfit with temperature can be considered as one of the principal reasons for the stacking faults formation. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|description.department||[wang, x. g.
; liu, j. l.
; jin, t.
; sun, x. f.] chinese acad sci, inst met res, superalloys div, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
; jin, t (reprint author), chinese acad sci, inst met res, superalloys div, 72 wenhua rd, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
X. G. Wang,J. L. Liu,T. Jin,et al. The effects of ruthenium additions on tensile deformation mechanisms of single crystal superalloys at different temperatures[J]. Materials & Design,2014,63:286-293.
X. G. Wang,J. L. Liu,T. Jin,&X. F. Sun.(2014).The effects of ruthenium additions on tensile deformation mechanisms of single crystal superalloys at different temperatures.Materials & Design,63,286-293.
X. G. Wang,et al."The effects of ruthenium additions on tensile deformation mechanisms of single crystal superalloys at different temperatures".Materials & Design 63(2014):286-293.
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